Category Archives: Perjury by Prosecutors

Reversal of Conviction started Statute of Limitations for Federal Wrongful Claim?

Sent back for a new trial after being released from prison because of prosecutorial  misconduct, the defendant gets barred from suing the prosecutor and cops over his original incarceration. Judge dismisses wrongful imprisonment suit against former Blount County prosecutor and detective … Continue reading

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The Judiciary’s public shaming of trial prosecutors as a means to achieve justice?

This is a 48 page legal paper, but the author puts into the clear about what’s going on between federal appeals courts and the prosecutors who end up on their hit list. With no empowerment to reverse convicts, the fed … Continue reading

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SF Police Chief Loses a $2M grant for rape kits. His Crime lab is “maxed out.” Plus Murder around the world.

S.F. Police Chief Greg Suhr during a news conference speaks about an audit of the crime lab’s DNA unit, which has come under fire for faking results, as well as other police misconduct, at the Hall of Justice, Friday, April … Continue reading

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Tribeca Film Festival showcases “Dream Killer” docu on unjust justice

The interview revolves around and within Ryan Ferguson’s ordeal of 10 years in MO prison. Characters include makers of the Dream Killer documentary and what they say about those involved with Ferguson’s conviction and later exoneration. This is NOT fiction. … Continue reading

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A dysfunctional case of judicial dyslexia useful for a glimpse in wrongful conviction ligitation

By Andrew Cohen from The Marshall Project We know more every day about the ways wrongful convictions happen. An indigent defendant gets an incompetent attorney. Or prosecutors hide exculpatory information from the defense. Perhaps there is a false confession, coerced … Continue reading

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Manhattan DA Melissa Mourges redacts 2009 NAS Forensic Report to mislead Frye hearing judge

Following with my previous blog’s theme of prosecutorial misconduct, here is a recent standout in the NYC courts’ process of determining science-affirmed expert testimony versus ‘forensic’ claptrap of a baser kind. This story exposes how lawyers bend facts to suit their … Continue reading

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Forensic Science Mess-ups, Cover-ups and Worse: Cheating DA Affect Murder Case: Recognition for CSIDDS Book:

RECOGNITION FOR THE BOOK Forensic Testimony. Science, Law and Forensic Evidence. I had something to do with it. BAD FORENSIC NEWS Caption: Memorial in front of burned out city hall  Forensics experts slam Mexico’s 43 missing students probe A team of … Continue reading

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Blockbuster Appellate Opine: Lying Prosecutors Not Immune

The 9th US Circuit Court in San Francisco just rearmed the judiciary with an opinion to prosecute DAs who tell lies to juries. This is usually done via “incentivised” snitches or witnesses. This look into one specific case that energized … Continue reading

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